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I am pretty 100 percent sure that Michele CSX 36 diamonds only comes with a swiss quartz movement not an automatic movement. So the problem seems to be that the battery is dying and need to be replaced. Stopping and going is usually a sign of a battery dying in a swiss quartz movement. So it should be nothing major and just a battery.
First you need to understand that the Polar system is a medical grade device and it is calculating calories based on specific information that you have inputed and heart rate data from your heart.
Most treadmills and other exercise machines use a much simpler counter that is height and weight based to calculate calories and are generally over generous with their numbers.
Depending on the blood pressure machine you are using, the pulse (not heart rate) is coming through the brachial artery, again not quite as accurate as measuring r-r variance from your heart. There is a ton of literature you can read if you are into the accurateness of the system, but I will sum up with saying that you actual calorie expenditure will be closer on the Polar than on most other devices outside of a hospital. As too the heart rate this is also true, so more likely you are getting inaccurate numbers from the other devices.
If you want pinpoint accuracy then you will need to use the Polar RS800 or S810 devices that measure and display true R-R.
That being said, there is a foot pod that Garmin makes if you want that type of data sensor. The GPS in the 210 is more accurate than the Nike+ pod, and the Garmin foot pod is about equally accurate with the 210, but allows you to use the watch when there is no GPS signal
you cannot fix this. Unfortunately for movements to be that exact they cost a lot of money and the movement inside your subaqua is not that high tech and accurate. This is what makes watch really expensive the little things like this. Unless you are buying a 10k watch , they usually are not going to have the top of the line movement . The movement you have in your watch is an ISA 8173 and that is as accurate as the watch will get.
I have looked at their web site and cannot identify your watch from the number given, as they do not give numbers to their models.
The only thing that may change between countries is the transmission frequency of the radio timing pulses. (This assumes that your watch is an "atomic accuracy" type, which registers local transmitters.)
If this is not the case, then your watch is in the same class as those that work accurately when being worn but not when they are taken off (or vice versa). A mystery all round!
Overbanked: A lever escapement error; the roller jewel passes to the wrong side of the lever notch, causing one side of the pallet to rest against the banking pin and the roller jewel to rest against the other side, thus locking the escapement and stopping the motion of the balance.
We are sorry to read of the trouble you have experienced with your Dakota watch. The problem you have described is typically a mechanical issue that requires a movement overhaul completed by our repair department. Depending on the details of your purchase (date, place of purchase, receipt, etc) this service may be covered under warranty. To determine how to submit your watch for repair, please visit your nearest Dakota Watch Company store location, or contact our Customer Service by email at email@example.com, or by phone at 1-888-459-0404. Thank you!
When the logo is not shown in the bottom corner, the watch hasn't got a signal yet. put your watch on a window sill, and hold the Forward buton until the watch says GET! Form there, the watch will either display ERROR, if it couldn't find a signal, or will have the latest and most accurate time. The watch is also probably set up for auto detect, which is best. To do auto detect, before going to bed, the watch will try to get a signal from 12 midnight, to 5 in the morning.
The general instructions for the for the 2608 and the 2688 are pretty much the same. However you can go to this link and type in 2688 for your module number and get specific instructions. http://world.casio.com/wat/download/en/manual/
Here is the link to the user manual for this watch if you need it;
page 12 gives you all the contact details for lacrosse.
I couldnt find the info online to be sure, but some of these watches do have a separate pressure sensor for altitude and barometric pressure, and sometimes the path to one could get blocked or it could become faulty.
I would contact la crosse and find a dealer to get the watch serviced, you could probably do it yourself but you need to get replacement seals from them anyway (these are important).
ask them to check if the sensor is clogged, it happens sometimes.
Hope this helps :)